The terrorists you call democratic politicians have rammed through a bill that legitimizes invasions of privacy by State sanctioned Stasi enforcers.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has circumvented a call by the newly elected senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul, to debate the Patriot Act.
In order to prevent a filibuster, Reid performed “some procedural gymnastics,” according to Fox News, and slipped Patriot Act language into a House small business bill that is considered filibuster-proof.
In doing so, Reid has skirted objections to the bill led by Paul and has moved closer to extending the Patriot Act without debate. Democrats have applauded this effort to rush the extension into law without debate.
I have to wonder why the invasions of privacy are so damn important to Reid that he would be willing to ram them through with a small business bill, considering that none of his constituents want to be spied upon.
My guess is that the politicos are using State spying assets to keep tabs on their political rivals or engage in other nefarious activities. It makes no sense to me why someone would want to be spied upon. The only logical conclusion is that Reid is personally benefiting from the violations of privacy that the bill legitimizes.